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Madison Water Heater Replacement

Madison Water Heater Replacement

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This customer knew their water heater was aging. They didn't want to risk the change of a leaking water heater causing damage in their home. This Madison family was proactive, ensuring hot water without interruption.

Boiler Replacement in Madison, NJ

Boiler Replacement in Madison, NJ

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Steam boilers have a life expectancy of at least 20 years, but once they are no longer effective it can create some cold homes. This Madison customer needed a replacement and Pipe Works Services was able to replace it with a more energy efficient model. 

Madison Furnace Replacement

Madison Furnace Replacement

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Customer called us because he had water coming from around his water heater. Upon inspection we determind that secondary heat exchanger was cracked. The unit was 22 years old and not worth investing a lot of money into repairing. 

Mike C, our comfort specialist, went out to go over some options with the homeowner. Once he decided, Pipe Works went out and installed a new Lennox 2 stage gas fired furnace with a variable speed blower. A new humidifier was also installed.

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We are very happy with the result of all the work HVAC Installations and plumbing you performed for us in our home.
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Your associate Mike did a wonderful job. We wanted to say a quick thank you and tell you how much your support and professionalism were appreciated.
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Experienced Plumbing Services For Madison, NJ Homeowners

No matter whether your plumbing job is big or small, Pipe Works Services, Inc. is the contractor that will get the job done right the first time. Nobody wants to call a plumber because it means something is wrong with their home, but we can fix everything from leaky faucets to drain and sewer cleaning. Want new fixtures to remodel your home? We've got you covered there too with a wide range of beautiful options!

We also specialize in electrical services, including repair, troubleshooting and maintenance of all electrical systems, interior and exterior electrical work, emergency services and much more. We can also install generators for your home so that you're never out of commission when the power goes down. Only professionals are truly equipped to handle electrical needs, and we are proud to offer these services!

Pipe Works Services, Inc. is proud to serve our area because we put customer service first. Our team of knowledgeable staff and certified, trained technicians want to help find a solution that will work best for you so that you can enjoy excellent, long-lasting results. Call us today for a free estimate!

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Fast & Affordable Furnace Service Specialists

If your furnace won't turn on, if there's a leak, if the blower isn't working or if you want regularly scheduled maintenance, you are in the right place! Pipe Works Services, Inc. has a dedicated and devoted team of furnace service professionals with decades of combined experience. Our trained technicians can provide a prompt and thorough inspection of your unit to determine the problem and suggest the solution. Our furnace service team provides FREE written estimate for all potential furnace repairs so you will never be surprised by the bill. Also, we provide furnace service for all types and models, including natural gas, oil, electric and propane. Don’t hesitate to contact us today, call or click to schedule your furnace service appointment with Pipe Works Services, Inc.!

Benefits of regular furnace service:

  • Optimal home comfort
  • Reliable performance
  • Better furnace efficiency
  • Extended life
  • Lower repair costs & increased energy savings

Proven Furnace Installation Experts

If your furnace is old or your bills seem too high replacing your furnace will be the best option. Major problems compromise the unit over time and keeping a damaged or old furnace may be costing you more money than installing a new unit. Our certified and highly trained team of furnace installation professionals can provide a thorough inspection of your unit to help you make that decision. Our skilled experts can replace all types of units with high-quality and energy efficient models that are guaranteed to lower your energy bills by as much as 30%. Trust our furnace installation professionals to provide you with reliable services every step of the way. Call or click today to schedule your FREE furnace installation estimate!

We install a variety of types of furnaces:

  • Gas furnaces
  • Oil furnaces
  • Electric furnaces
  • Propane furnaces
  • Heat pump systems

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Professional Heating & Air Conditioning Services

Having trouble keeping your home at a comfortable temperature? Many problems with heating and cooling systems working more than they should can be solved with better insulation. However, there are times when it is merely the system itself that needs attention. When you need repairs done on your heating or cooling system, call the professionals at Pipe Works Services, Inc. to get the job done right the first time.

By having your heating and cooling systems services regularly, you can avoid a crisis when you really need them. Small problems with your systems can turn into larger, more costly ones if left unchecked which is why it is so important to keep them in good shape. Give us a call today to get your systems serviced!

We provide services for all types of cooling systems including:

  • Central air conditioning
  • Ductless air conditioning
  • Evaporative air conditioners

Reliable Home & Attic Insulation Company

At Pipe Works Services, Inc. we put customer service first and are proud to serve our area. Our team of trained technicians uses only high-quality materials from the best manufacturers in the business to ensure that you get only the best results. 

Rigid Foam

A major problem with homes today is that they suffer from inadequate insulation, thus allowing air to seep through cracks and gaps in floors or walls. Attics and crawl spaces can be the biggest problem areas because in many ways, they regulate the air that comes in and out of the house in what is known as the "stack effect." When air leaks out of the attic, cold air from the outside is brought up through the crawl space or basement, circulating the cold air through your home and making your heating system work overtime. 

Our SuperAttic insulation system seals all cracks, cranies, and crevices that leak air. By installing the proper amount of insulation in your attic, you can better regulate the temperature of your home while saving money on your energy bills. For crawl spaces, we offer excellent vapor barriers that will keep good air in and seal moisture, bugs and cold air out.

Emergency Electricity Repair & More

Need a reliable electrician for interior or exterior lighting, complete home addition wiring, or 24/7 electricity repairs? Pipe Works Services, Inc. is your trusted electrician of Madison, New Jersey, providing these services and much more!

Our electrical services include:

  • Electrical repair, maintenance, & troubleshooting
  • Interior & exterior electricity
  • 24/7 electrical repair
  • Wiring for home additions, attic conversions, etc.
  • And more!

Is your electricity as energy efficient as can be? Schedule a free, no-obligation service estimate to find out today!

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Madison's first Home Expo is being held on Saturday, April 25 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Madison Community House at 25 Cook Ave. The event is free of charge to the public and is presented by the Madison Chamber of Commerce. For the benefit of consumers, the expo has gathered nearly 20 local contractors and home professionals. They will be displaying superior products and explaining their services for homeowners looking to renovate, decorate, or enhance the appearance and value of their homes. The expo's participating contractors are intent on helping consumers make their homes more beautiful, safe and energy efficient... [Read more]
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Job Stories From Madison, NJ
Water Line for Fridge

Customer called in looking to have a water line run to his new fridge for the ice maker. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who granted him access to the kitchen. The technician visually inspected the area and provided an estimate to run the water line. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician isolated the water supply and shut down the water. He then connected the 1/4" line to the fridge and the ice maker box. He then turned the water on and blew the air out of the line. The technician checked the line for leaks and none were found. He then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was glad the fridge will now dispense ice and water. 

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Kitchen Sink Clogged

Customer called in stating they had a clog in the kitchen sink. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who granted access to the kitchen sink. The technician observed standing water in the kitchen sink basin. Options were presented to the customer to attempt to clear the stoppage. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician began by attempting to remove the trap and fitting in the tap tee. The tap tee snapped due to severe rot. The technician then presented the customer with options to repair which the customer decided to proceed with as well. The technician snaked the waste branch approximately 35 feet and cut out the damaged section of pipe. He then installed new fittings and a new P trap. The technician ran the water in the sink and there was still a stoppage. He then gained access to the basement and located the kitchen sink waste branch and the tie in to the 4" stack. He then presented the customer with options to attempt to clear that stoppage as well and the customer decided to proceed. The technician cut into the vertical section of the waste branch and rant he snake cable in both directions, toward the kitchen sink and toward the stack. The technician removed large amounts of black sludge. He then reinstalled the cut section and ran water in the kitchen sink. There were no leaks and water was draining properly. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. Customer was happy that the sink was no longer clogged and the back up was taken care of. 

 

 

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Thermostat Replacement

Customer called in stating they have a Lennox touch screen thermostat that went blank and the temperature was stuck at 90 degrees. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who stated the thermostat was not working and granted the technician access to the thermostat. The technician found the existing Lennox 5000 thermostat screen was faulty and the touchscreen was not registering when the dials were pressed. The technician changed the batteries to ensure this was not the issue which it was not. The technician then presented the customer with a couple different options to replace the thermostat. The customer chose to proceed with a standard Honeywell thermostat since the customer has the same one in their shore house and they are already familiar with this one. The technician removed the existing thermostat and replaced with a Honeywell T4 thermostat. The technician then tested operations to ensure it was working properly which it was. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the homeowner who was happy with the new thermostat and glad they could now turn the heat down. 

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Clear Stoppage in Toilet

Customer called in stating he had a toilet that was draining slow. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who provided him access to the first floor half bath. The technician found the toilet flushing / draining slowly. The customer stated that there had recently been wet wipes flushed down the toilet. The technician presented the customer with options to clear the stoppage. The customer decided to proceed with work. The technician used the auger on the first floor toilet in an attempt to clear the slow draining toilet. The technician was able to clear the stoppage and tested the toilet by flushing repeatedly. The technician let the customer know that this can happen again if they continue to flush wet wipes down the toilet. The technician then cleaned the work area and went over his work with the customer. Customer was happy that the toilet was flushing properly again. 

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Kitchen Sink Repair

The customer called in stating the kitchen sink was leaking. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer and was granted access to the kitchen sink. The customer stated the garbage disposal was leaking every time they ran the water. The customer stated they no longer wanted the garbage disposal. The technician presented an estimate to remove the garbage disposal and re-pipe the drain line. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician disconnected the electric and the drain line from the garbage disposal and removed the disposal connection from the sink. He then installed a new strainer and trap. He then tested the line by filling the sink with water. No leaks were present and water was draining properly. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy to have the kitchen sink working properly without any leaks.

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Furnace Repair

Customer called in stating one of their furnaces was making a weird noise. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who provided access to the basement. The technician found the customer had an 80% furnace in the basement that conditions the second floor. The technician had noticed a slight noise when he was out to do the maintenance but at that time it was believed to be from the filter being so restricted but it was actually due to the motor bearings going bad. The technician presented the customer with options to replace the motor. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician disconnected the existing motor and removed. He then installed the new motor. Once the new motor was installed he tested all operations to ensure unit was working properly and there was no longer any noise. The technician also performed a complimentary combustion analysis to ensure everything was operating safely, which it was. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. Everything was left in good working order and the customer was happy that there was no longer any noise. 

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Thermostat Replacement

A customer called in stating the thermostat was not working and there was no heat to the second floor. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer and discussed the issue. The homeowner showed the technician to the thermostat. The customer had a Lennox icomfort touch screen thermostat that appeared to be malfunctioning and turning on and off. The homeowner was tired of taking the thermostat off the wall to reboot it and wanted to replace it. The technician provided a few options to the customer. The customer chose the reprogrammable thermostat since he did not care about the wi-fi option. The customer chose the Honeywell T4. The technician removed the existing thermostat from the wall and replaced it with the Honeywell T4 and tested all operations of the thermostat. The heating and cooling were both working properly. Once the thermostat was replaced, the technician performed a complementary combustion analysis. Everything was running within the manufacturer's parameters. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over all work with the customer. The customer was happy with the work and glad that he would no longer need to reboot the old thermostat. 

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Furnace Repair

Customer called in stating the furnace the heats the upstairs was not heating and it was making a clicking noise. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner to discuss the issue. The customer explained that the second floor unit was not running. The technician looked over the unit and found the flame sensor was not good. The technician presented options for repairs and the customer decided to proceed with replacing the hot surface ignitor and the flame sensor. The technician went to the supply house and picked up the parts needed to complete the repairs. He removed the existing hot surface ignitor and flame sensor. He then installed the new flame sensor and new hot surface ignitor.  The technician then turned the unit back on to test heating operations. Everything seemed to be working and the technician performed a combustion analysis to ensure the unit was operating safely, which it was. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over everything with the customer. The unit was left working properly and the customer was happy the heat was restored. 

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Thermostat Replacement

Customer called in stating the thermostat in their rental property was not operating correctly. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the tenant regarding the issue. The tenant stated that the thermostat made a constant clicking noise when it is cold out. The technician inspected the system and was only able to replicate the sound once but not consistently.  Based on the noise the technician was able to replicate he determined the thermostat needed to be replaced. An estimate to replace the thermostat was provided and the customer agreed. The technician removed and disposed of the existing thermostat. He then installed and secured a new Honeywell Pro Stat with wall plate. All wiring adjustments were made in order to incorporate the new thermostat into the system. The technician then turned on the unit and tested it. The technician then performed a combustion analysis to ensure the system was operating properly. Once the technician completed his work he went over everything with the customer. The customer was very happy to have the heat working again. 

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Plumbing Repairs

Customer had the plumber out to the property to perform annual plumbing inspection as part of his maintenance plan. The customer mentioned there were a few different plumbing issues he would like looked at. The technician arrived and performed his plumbing inspection and went over the areas of concern with the customer. The technician presented estimates for repairs. The customer decided to move forward with replacing shut off valves, changing the flapper on one of his toilets and replacing the whole house sediment filter. Materials were ordered and the technician returned to complete the work. The technician shut the water to the home down and removed the old cartridge for the sediment filter and installed the new filter. He then removed the existing flapper from the powder room toilet and replaced with a new flapper. Next the technician replaced 3 shut off valves in the basement powder room as well as 2 shut off valves in the master bathroom. The technician turned the water to the home back on and tested his work for leaks. No leaks were present. The technician then went over his work with the customer. The customer was satisfied with the work and called in to let the office know that the technician did a great job.

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Plumbing Repairs

Customer called in because they had a bathroom sink that the valve was stuck and they could smell gas near their dryer.  Upon arrival, the technician visually inspected the faucet with the customer and checked all gas fittings that were exposed in the laundry area with a leak detector. No active gas leak was determined and the customer was advised to call their utility company. The technician determined the lavatory faucet should be replaced. The customer decided to proceed with the replacement of the faucet. The technician completed the replacement of the existing lavatory faucet and replaced with a new faucet with stops. After all work was completed, the technician ran the water in the sink to ensure there were no leaks. There were no leaks detected at this time. The technician spoke with the customer and went over work that was done. The customer was happy that work was able to be completed so quickly. 

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Steam Boiler Install in Madison, NJ

We received a call from a customer in Madison, NJ who had an older failing steam boiler. Our system design specialist recommended a Crown steam boiler as a replacement. The system was adapted to the existing steam piping, gas line, and electrical lines. The technicians replaced the 2 main return vents next to the boiler. He also replaced 3 radiator vents in the home and one in the den, as well as the daughter's room. The electrician helped to remove the old boiler and piping, as well as the electric conduits and wire.  They turned the system on and tested to make sure everything was working properly before leaving the residence. Now the home owner has peace of mind knowing that their new system will bring them comfort and reliability for the coming winter months. 

 

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Lighting Improved in Basement in Madison, NJ

We recently got a call from a customer that needed lighting in their basement for the laundry area. We sent out or electrician to take a look at the current wiring. The customer would like to replace the ceiling fixture in his laundry room with a 4’ fluorescent fixture.  He spoke with him about options and the home owner agreed that he should install a 4’ LED fixture instead,  this will provide better lighting and more reliability over the older style fluorescent lights. The laundry area is now much brighter and the customer is very happy. 

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Electrical Circuit and Outlet Issues in Madison, New Jersey

We received a call from a customer who was experiencing issues with a circuit in their kitchen. We sent an electrician out to diagnose the problem. After the work was completed, the customer asked for him to look at the kitchen outlets and see if he could split up the wiring.  She had two outlets, one on each side of the sink and both are on the same circuit and 15 amp circuit breaker.
The technician looked over what would be involved and made an estimate for her to add a new circuit and replaced the existing circuit breaker with a properly sized 20 and unit.

The electrician ran a new 20 amp circuit and fished it to the outlet box to the left of the window.  He disconnected the old wire feeding it and capped it of in the box. The existing circuit  was wired back to the panel, he then increased the circuit breaker size to 20 amp.

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Gurguling Noise in Drain in Madison, NJ

We received a call from a customer who said she heard a gurgling noise in her drains and noticed water leaking form a basement pipe. Upon arrival the tech found that the trap clean out cap was dripping and pressurized. He opened slowly to not let the water rush out too fast. Customer was concerned not to flood the basement.  After the water slowed down we attempted to clear the trap and it was unsuccessful due to heavy amounts of build up within the trap. The tech recommend removing the trap and will diagnose if the rest of the line is clear. 

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New Lennox System Installation in Madison, New Jersey

An unreliable heating system prompted the customer to call us for a free estimate for a Lennox gas furnace replacement. Our technicians went to the home to install a new furnace. The technicians removed the old furnace and put the new system in place. They reconnected the gas flu pipe end humidifier to make sure everything was working correctly. The electrician connected the wiring for the I-comfort thermostat. He tested the equipment and set the schedule to run as requested by the customer. Additionally he filled out chimney certificate for the customer. Now the home owner will have comfort throughout the home and also lower utility bills with a new more efficient heating system. 


 

Air Conditioning Repair in Master Bedroom in Madison, NJ

The customer stated the master bedroom zone is not cooling down. Upon diagnosis the technician found the master-bedroom zone low on charge, discussed with customer options on potential repair, customer opted for basic system charge. He charged the master bedroom system with up to 4 lbs of refrigerant, be aware issue could present itself again in the future due to such high amount of refrigeration required to operate system. He also performed a routine AC Maintenance on the other two systems. The tech checked the refrigeration levels, outdoor electrical, cleaned indoor filters, cleaned condensate trap and poured bleach down trap.

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Electrical Installation for Pool are in Madison, NJ

Our electrician arrived at the job to rebuild electrical system for pool equipment area. He labeled all of the old wiring and removed electrical panels and outlet. The he disconnect wiring from the pool control box. The junction feeders for the pool panel and pipe over to the new panel location. He mounted a new panel on the stone wall, higher and away from obstructions. He extended the wiring and wire panel. He then ran a new conduit from panel to pool control and the new circuits. The electrician removed the old wiring and connected new circuits to control relays. He ran a conduit from panel to new service outlet, switch and light over the equipment area. He installed an outlet for the antennae and removed 1 pool niche light and put in new customer supplied light.

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Thermostat Malfunction in Madison, NJ

Upon arrival our technician met with the homeowner to discuss the issues and help to solve his problems. The customers thermostat was malfunctioning. Upon further inspection system was low on refrigerant and additional issues. Our production manager, Jose was on site to help resolve the issues. The issue was very minor and he showed the customer how to use the thermostat properly.

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AC Tune UP and Toilet Repair in New Providence, NJ

Upon arrival our technician met with the homeowner. He performed an inspection of the 2nd floor toilet and spoke with management and installed new a new flapper. The tech performed a maintenance check up on a 4 year old air conditioning unit and found some concerns, then provided options to owner. At this time the owner chose to supply refrigerant and administer UV dye to balance system, allowing proper cooling. UV dye will allow us to locate any leaks in the future. We will replace schrader cores to ensure no issues and chemically clean outdoor evaporator to keep compressor running at proper temperatures.

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Filter Replacement in Madison, NJ

The customer needed maintenance on system and filter replacement. Our technician went to the home to perform the filter replacement. He also took a delta reading of indoor unit while running for a 17 degree split. 

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New Water Treatment System Installed in Madison, NJ

Our technician went to a home to remove an old system and install a new water treatment system. He removed the existing halo and installed a new whole home water treatment to address the softness and chlormines in house. This installation includes all piping and discharge for complete install. He drained the home and removed the existing system. The technician installed a new whole home water treatment with all required piping to restore usage to the home.

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HVAC Diagnosis in Madison, NJ

When our technician went to the customers home to diagnose, he found the system and electrical components damage by a critter. He spoke to the home owner and he authorized the electrical component repair. After further testing it showed the system was flat on refrigerant which indicates a significant leak. He proceeded to pressure test system with nitrogen and found leak to be coming from outside filter drier, filter drier shattered and refrigeration leak was emptied out. After speaking to the customer and advised him of the repairs, he suggested to replace outdoor condensing unit and indoor equipment seemed adequate still.

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Electrical Work on a Mitsubishi Ductless Mini-Split

Our electrician went to the customer's home to rewire a new condenser to existing wiring. He also removed the old wiring from the attic furnace. He also installed new wiring and a service switch, to wire to the furnace. The electrician replaced a stat wire to outdoor condenser, existing is 2 wire, new condenser in communicating. He fished new line over a vaulted ceiling and into attic space, then used 6 conductor cables. 

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Cooling PSA and Air Filter in Madison, NJ

Our technician performed a cooling PSA. Indoor unit air filter is in clean condition and has been recently replaced by the homeowner. Also found indoor electrical circuits and components working properly at this time. No issues with airflow. Drain has been cleaned. Proper delta teeacroos evaporator coil. 
Outdoor unit electrical circuits and components working properly at this time as well. Refrigerant charge within manufacturer  specs with 60 degree ambient.

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Plumbing Repair in Madison, NJ

Our plumbing technician arrived onsite to replace hot side shut off valve in a powder room off the kitchen. The customer also asked for a quote to replace the faucet. He told him the quote for the faucet and pop-up that he received on Saturday was the quote and also gave another quote to replace the faucet and pop-up as well as remove the flex tailpiece. The brass trap and replaced with a new trap and tailpiece.

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Madison Library Leak in Rest Rooms in Madison, NJ

Our plumbing technician arrived onsite for a leaking urinal. After several flushes he found a small leak coming from urinal outlet. He pulled urinal and found wax with build-up on it. Removed wax and snake line with small handheld machine to removed build-up from line. He placed a new wax on hanger and rehung urinal. Then he turned water on to flushometer and set pressure. The technician flushed several times and tested for leaks and proper operation.

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Replaced Zone Valve in Madison, NJ

The technician found valve handle loose as well customers complain on master bedroom not getting heat. He tested the unit and identified zone as well label zone. It was not responding to the  thermostat and he replace zone valve head.

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Bathroom and Kitchen Insulation in Madison, NJ

Open 1 ft section of the basement/bathroom drywall ceiling below the kitchen.

-Spray Foam the rim joist with 2 inches of closed cell spray foam to air seal and insulate.

-Dense Pack the kitchen walls with Trusoft cellulose- “attempt to dense pack from the balloon framing opening in the basement area”

-Patch all holes created with drywall and 1 coat of drywall joint compound. 

-Patch living ceiling hole left when radiator was repaired.

Pipe Works Services will cover and protect all areas where work is being performed.

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Crawlspace in Madison, NJ

Clean up and dispose of all debris in the crawlspace.

-Install a Terrablock foam board insulation through out the entire crawlspace.

-Install a 20 mil poly vapor barrier over the entire crawlspace floor.

- Install 2 inch silver glo foam board insulation on all the exterior walls. 

-Spray foam all accessible rim joist with 2inch Closed Cell spray foam.

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Cellulose and spray foam in Madison, NJ

Pipe Works Services, Inc. will remove sections of the vinyl soffit on the underside of the roof in the following locations :

- the front of the house
- the entire left side of the house
- the right side up to where the roof meets the covering of the entrance.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will also remove the vinyl soffit on the underside of the overhang above the garage entrance at the front of the house.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will install foam insulation to air seal all accessible opening to the best of our ability, to prevent air infiltration.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will re-install the removed sections of the vinyl soffit.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will remove sections of the vinyl siding on the wall above the garage at the front of the house. We will drill 2-9/16" holes between the studs of the wall. 

Pipe Works Services Inc. will dense pack our TruSoft Cellulose Insulation through the drilled holes, filling the cavities of these spaces between the studs.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will plug the drilled holes and seal air and water tight.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will re-install the removed sections of the vinyl siding.

Pipe Works Services, Inc. will drill 2-9/16" holes between the joists of the garage ceiling.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will dense pack our TruSoft Cellulose Insulation through the drilled holes, filling the cavities between these bays.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will plug the drilled holes and apply some joint compound to seal it air-tight. Please note that Pipe Works Services Inc. will not be responsible for painting or repainting, nor liable for the costs or any related charges.

 

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CleanSpace Crawl encapsulation in Madison, NJ

Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass and debris in crawl space. Supply and install CleanSpace Crawl encapsulation with 2'' Silverglo bolted and air sealed to side walls 1" TerraBlock insulation on floor covered with cleanspace vapor barrier liner. Reduce heat loss and infiltration of cold air by sealing and insulating the Rim Joist area with approximately 2" closed-cell polyurethane spray foam insulation. 

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Insulation in Garage Ceiling, Madison, NJ

Upgrade 2'' x 4'' wall insulation with dense-packed TruSoft cellulose insulation by drilling through the shingle and sub-wall dense packing each joist bay with cellulose then plugging all holes with a cedar wood plug and sealing with foam or caulk. This includes all of the exterior walls on the first floor and the back and two side walls of the second floor. Shingles will not be replaced as new siding is being installed by others at no cost to Pipe Works Services. 
Insulate and air seal ceiling over garage with dense-pack TruSoft cellulose insulation - ceiling bays accessed from inside of the garage by drilling multiple 2 1/4" holes in the Sheetrock ceiling dense packing each joist bay with TruSoft cellulose then plug and patch all holes with one coat of Spackle. We will repair the sections of Sheetrock that have been cut out on the left side of the garage.

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Insulation Installation of Master Bedroom in Madison, New Jersey

Apply approximately 3" Closed cell spray foam to over hang of master bedroom and band joist associated with over hang.

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Insulation Installation in Madison, New Jersey

Install 'SuperKneeWall' upgrade by bolting 1" Thermax fire rated insulated foam board to rafters then air sealing all seams with one part spray foam in both knee walls off master bedroom and attic above sun room. Entry to the knee wall is through a blank vent cover. All open access ponts will be closed off with 1/2" sheetrock tape and one coat of spackle. Paint is not included.

Install 'SuperKneeWall' by cutting access in sheetrock wall in guest room closet at front of house over entry way then bolting 1" Thermax fire rated foam board insulation to rafters and air sealing all seams. Access will be closed up with 1/2" sheetrock taped and one coat of spackle. Paint is not included.

Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass insulation in attic.
Air Seal and Insulate 'traditional' attic by closing all accessible penetrations and top plates using expanding polyurethane foam and then blowing in approximately 14" R49 TruSoft cellulose including plywood retention dams around attic hatch.

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Fire Rated Insulated Foam Board Insulation in Madison, New Jersey

Install 'SuperKneeWall' upgrade by bolting 1" Thermax fire rated insulated foam board to rafters then air sealing all seams with one part spray foam in both knee walls off master bedroom and attic above sun room. Entry to the knee wall is through a blank vent cover. All open access ponts will be closed off with 1/2" sheetrock tape and one coat of spackle. Paint is not included.

Install 'SuperKneeWall' by cutting access in sheetrock wall in guest room closet at front of house over entry way then bolting 1" Thermax fire rated foam board insulation to rafters and air sealing all seams. Access will be closed up with 1/2" sheetrock taped and one coat of spackle. Paint is not included.

Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass insulation in attic.
Air Seal and Insulate 'traditional' attic by closing all accessible penetrations and top plates using expanding polyurethane foam and then blowing in approximately 14" R49 TruSoft cellulose including plywood retention dams around attic hatch.

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HVAC Installation in Madison, NJ

PIpe works Home Services installed the folloing in a home in Madison, New Jersey.

3 Ton 4SCU13LE1 Armstrong Condensing Unit
Armstrong Modular Air Handler
Aprilaire Thermostat
*New Electrical Whip and Disconnect
*New condenser pad

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Boiler Tune Up In Madison, NJ

Pipe Works Services received a call from an existing customer in Madison, NJ about a boiler tune up. This customer wanted to be proactive and wanted to prepare for the upcoming fall and winter months. Luckily Pablo was the right technician for the job. Pablo was dispatched and went to the customers house to perform a through inspection and cleaning. Pablo cleaned the burners for the boiler which is the central element that makes the heat, cleaned boiler sediment out, then tested auto feed which maintains a safe water line for the boiler. Pablo cleaned the flame rod where the flames reach the boiler and tested system for proper operations and function system is running properly. This boiler was installed by Pipe Works 2 years ago. 

New HVAC System in Madison, NJ

Pipe Works Services received a call from a customer in Madison, NJ about their air conditioning not turning on. Pipe Works technician Zach arrived to home to diagnose the cause of AC not engaging. Zach found the overflow safety switch to be tripped. Dried off the switch and reset it. The unit engaged.  Cleared out condensate drain line and tested it. There was a small obstruction in the line but since clearing it, water flowed normally. This is likely the cause I'd Raised up the overflow switch and put it back in the pan. Zach discovered that the coil pan was indeed cracked and leaking which is causing water to fill secondary pan. Our customer was provided estimate from Rob and our technicians Nick, Odin, Ramito and Ryan installed a 4 Ton XC16 Lennox Condensing Unit, CBX32MV Lennox Air Handler with a Lennox iComfort Thermostat.

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